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The NSW government has imposed an extremely strict supervisory regime before the Supreme Court when Phillip Wayne Lett is released from prison

Notorious child murderer and rapist who strangled a little boy with his own shorts says he doesn't think his sick pedophile fantasies will be a problem when he is FREED in weeks

  • Phillip Wayne Lett killed six-year-old Damien Noyes and raped a young boy
  • He has served his 26-year prison term and will be released conditionally soon
  • Lett admits he is a pedophile, but says it will not be a problem if he is released
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A child murderer and rapist who found his crimes so terrible that he had never requested conditional release does not believe that his sexual fantasies about children will be a constant problem, a court in Sydney has been told.

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The government of the NSW has instituted an extremely strict supervisory regime before the Supreme Court when Phillip Wayne Lett is released from prison.

Lett, now in the late 1950s, has been in prison for more than 26 years after the murder of six-year-old Damien Luke Noyes in Penrith in 1992 and the raping of a young boy between 1988 and 1992.

The NSW government has imposed an extremely strict supervisory regime before the Supreme Court when Phillip Wayne Lett is released from prison

The NSW government has imposed an extremely strict supervisory regime before the Supreme Court when Phillip Wayne Lett is released from prison

Forensic psychiatrist Kerri Eagle, who recently interviewed the murderer, said Lett acknowledged that he had experienced sexual fantasies about young boys since about the age of 18, but seemed to lack the ability to identify strategies to overcome this problem if released.

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& # 39; He essentially said that the sexual fantasies simply would not be a cause for concern for him & she said to the court on Thursday.

& # 39; His goals are certainly very superficial, in the sense that he just wants to avoid thoughts of sex fantasies … and wants to go bowling and fishing and have a relationship with a woman. & # 39;

Lett had argued that his risk of recidivism was rated no greater than average.

Damien Luke Noyes, six, was kidnapped and murdered near his home in western Sydney three days before Christmas in 1992. His murderer, Phillip Wayne Lett, strangled the boy and ran him into his car and threw his naked body in near a train station. He was five in this photo

Damien Luke Noyes, six, was kidnapped and murdered near his home in western Sydney three days before Christmas in 1992. His murderer, Phillip Wayne Lett, strangled the boy and ran him into his car and threw his naked body in near a train station. He was five in this photo

Damien Luke Noyes, six, was kidnapped and murdered near his home in western Sydney three days before Christmas in 1992. His murderer, Phillip Wayne Lett, strangled the boy and ran him into his car and threw his naked body in near a train station. He was five in this photo

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He was 32 when he removed his six-year-old victim from a park across the street from his home in western Sydney for Christmas in 1992 while playing with his two younger brothers.

Damien's naked and broken body was dumped the next day in a parking garage near Penrith train station.

The child was strangled with his underpants and boardshort, which were tied around his neck, and he still wore his sneakers.

After strangling the child, Lett ran across his corpse several times.

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